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The Noguchi Museum Reopens on September 23rd

The Noguchi Museum announced that it will reopen to the public on September 23rd, with two weeks of early access to members by advance reservation starting September 9th.

The Museum will implement a number of new visitor policies and safety measures to prioritize the safety of their staff and our community. All visits must be scheduled in advance by timed reservation to limit the number of visitors at one time. The opening of this reservation system will be announced soon.

Garden Area-The Noguchi Museum (Photo Nicholas Knight)

A morning and afternoon session for visitors will be offered Wednesdays through Sundays, with a closure for one hour mid-day for a thorough cleaning of all spaces. Enhanced cleaning will take place throughout the day.

All staff and visitors are required to wear face masks at all times and to stay at least six feet apart from different households.

The Cafe will be closed, and the Shop is temporarily relocating to the more spacious lower-level studio.

Group programs and events will continue to be online-only. Register and participate in ongoing virtual talks, performances, tours and other events at noguchi.org/events.

A list of visitor policies and safety measures may be found at noguchi.org/visit.

The Noguchi Museum -Garden Area
The Noguchi Museum -Garden Area (Photo Nicholas Knight)
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